Loading… Ogenyi Onazi has said that he has never had any problem with the former Super Eagles skipper, John Mikel Obi. Onazi however told brila.net that he never had any problem with his former Captain, he maintained that all they have for one another is mutual respect. read also:Onazi acquires multi-million naira mansion “First of all, I can’t have a misunderstanding with John Obi Mikel, because he’s like a mentor to me and it was a privilege for me to play with him in the national team.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Reports from several media outfits claimed the former Lazio man and Mikel had heated arguments during preparation for the 2018 world cup in Russia. The reports went further that both players stop speaking to one another and their relationship was further fractured when they arrived in Russia.Advertisement
By Ben DeatherageBANKS, Ore. (June 17) – Round six of the Wild West Modified Shoot Out at Sunset Speedway Park resulted in Kellen Chadwick’s third win of the Pacific Northwest Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified Tour.Chadwick outran fellow front row starter and 2012 race winner Ken Schrader for the 35-lap victory. Schrader was making his sole appearance on this year’s tour.The tight ¼-mile bullring in Banks is the smallest track of the 2016 tour and provided stellar action all night long. Forty-six cars made the journey, representing the states of Oregon, Washington, California, North Dakota, Montana, Colorado and Missouri as well as the Canadian province of British Columbia.Chadwick went right to work on the initial start, establishing a straightaway lead over Schrader in a matter of a few laps. Just as traffic was coming into the picture, however, a lap 10 caution was thrown for debris.The rest of the feature would be stop and go for several laps before the final restart on lap 28. Chadwick continued to set a rapid pace and had absolutely no issues.Schrader held on for second with Tripp Gaylord ending his night in third. Mark Carrell was fourth while Ryan Gaylord got fifth after coming out of his “B” main.The final event of the Wild West Shoot Out is Saturday at Elma, Wash.’s Grays Harbor Raceway. Front gates open at 5:30 p.m. with racing beginning at approximately 7 p.m.Admission is $16 for adults, $11 for juniors ages 7-17, seniors ages 62 and over and military, and kids six and under are free. Premium seating is $21.Feature results – 1. Kellen Chadwick; 2. Ken Schrader; 3. Tripp Gaylord; 4. Mark Carrell; 5. Ryan Gaylord; 6. Rob Ireland; 7. Craig Cassell; 8. Collen Winebarger; 9. John Campos; 10. Jeremy Martin; 11. Doug Lockwood; 12. Brad Martin; 13. Matthew Drager; 14. Bubba Foster; 15. Mark Reser; 16. Jeremy Schram; 17. Aaron Elwess; 18. Jeff Lovell; 19. Chris Beaulieu; 20. Mark Wauge; 21. B.J. Wild; 22. Travis Peery; 23. Lance Mari; 24. Alex Stanford.
THE much-anticipated finale of the Turbo Knockout Football competition will take place this evening at the Ministry of Education ground in an underdog versus overlord battle.The overlords, in this case, are the Police FC boys who have won two titles on the trot with the recently-concluded Mayors Cup in Linden and before that, the Corona Beer Inaugural title.Police, through captain Winston Tanner, are obviously banking on carrying on their momentum from the Hamilton Green cup, saying, “We just came off a finals victory on Thursday and we are looking to continue the momentum into this Turbo final.”“I want to encourage the football fans to come out and support an exciting final between the Guyana Police FC and Camptown”, Tanner added.Their opponents, Camptown FC are however putting in the hours, according to captain Lezhan Lord, who stated, “We’ve been working hard; morning, evening and basically every day preparing for this finals.”He continued, “It means a lot to us to be in this turbo finals and its means a lot for us to win it also; so we are coming strong and bringing our ‘A’ game.”Co-director of the tournament’s organisers, Troy Mendonca contended that the hype has been built up and the stage set for an eagerly-anticipated final.“We have works ongoing on the field to ensure that our spectators are comfortable and tomorrow (tonight) is shaping up to be an epic final,” Mendonca said.Tonight’s final begins at 21:00hrs with the third place play off between Pouderoyen and Grove Hi-Tech commencing at 19:00hrs.
Boone expects to be up in the Peace River region within the next few weeks. Lois Boone has officially been declared the NDP candidate for the Prince George-Peace River riding.At Saturday’s nomination meeting in Prince George, Boone was formally nominated as the party’s federal candidate. She had been an uncontested candidate but Boone says she’s looking forward to her campaign and being a strong voice for the north.- Advertisement -Currently, she is a trustee for School Board 57 in Prince George.She says two of her main campaign points focus on calling on the federal government to remove the federal tax from home heating fuel for British Columbians and to once again implement its home retrofit program. She says reinstating the program will allow residents the opportunity to help make their homes more energy efficient.Furthermore, Boone says her party is still requesting that the Prime Minister call a by-election for the riding.[asset|aid=3306|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=8e897bbae20152c9a457db9ba7417773-Boone – byelection 1_1_Pub.mp3] Advertisement